Nigerian college staff have stated that they’d embark on a warning strike from Monday till their demand to the federal government is met.
The deliberate one-week strike, which is able to final from August 19 to 23, is coming 4 months after the Tutorial Workers Union of Nigerian Universities suspended their two-month strike.
In a letter on Friday, the non-academic unions comprising the Senior Workers Affiliation of Nigerian Universities and Non-Tutorial Workers Union of Universities, stated, “On the expiration of the 14-day ultimatum on August 18, 2019 and not using a constructive response from the Federal Authorities of Nigeria, members shall proceed on a five-day warning strike in all branches from Monday 19 to Friday 23 August 2019.”
The unions stated the contending points embrace cost of earned allowances, college employees faculties matter, renegotiation of 2019 FGN/unions settlement amongst others.
It due to this fact directed all members to adjust to the motion or face sanctions.
The letter additional stated, “You might be due to this fact directed to correctly mobilise our members for this motion. All defaulting branches shall be sanctioned accordingly. Please be guided.”
Recall that the unions launched into a nationwide strike on December 4, 2017 following the failure of the federal government to deal with their grievances, nevertheless, it was suspended in March 2018.